The Digital Health Africa and Middle East conference and exhibition was recently held in Tunisia, from 22 to 24 September, with the support of the Health Tourism Development Center of Islamic Countries (HTDC). The event brought together experts from across the healthcare industry to discuss the latest advances in digital health, and to explore ways in which these technologies can be used to improve healthcare outcomes in the region.
Among the keynote speakers at the event were Mr. Armin Shahriyari, CEO of HTDC Accelerator, and Ms. Arezoo Farahani, CEO at HTDC Academy. Ms. Farahani gave a talk on the topic of empowering the healthcare workforce. In her speech, she emphasized the importance of investing in the training and development of healthcare professionals, particularly in the area of digital health.
Ms. Farahani highlighted the need for healthcare workers to have the skills and knowledge necessary to leverage the latest technologies in their work. This includes understanding how to use digital health tools to collect and analyze data, communicate with patients and colleagues, and provide remote care.
During the event, the committee was established to drive future projects in the field of digital health. The committee is made up of experts from across the healthcare industry, including healthcare providers, policymakers, and technology companies. Its goal is to identify key areas of need in the healthcare sector and to develop innovative solutions that can improve patient outcomes and increase access to care.
The conference and exhibition provided an opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest advances in digital health, and to connect with experts from across the healthcare industry. It also highlighted the importance of collaboration and partnership in driving innovation in healthcare, particularly in the fast-growing markets of Africa and the Middle East.
As the healthcare industry continues to evolve, the role of digital technologies will become increasingly important. The Digital Health Africa and Middle East conference and exhibition served as a valuable platform for healthcare professionals, policymakers, and technology companies to come together and explore the potential of these technologies to transform the delivery of care in the region.